Question about Hoover Fusion Plus Cyclonic Upright Vacuum Vacuum
The Hoover Fusion has design flaws in the motor, including a metal plate that is too thin to contain the forces acting on the motor, particularly the constant strong tension from the drive belt, and a plastic plate that is attached to the metal plate by two screws that gradually loosen over time. Assuming the filters and canister are clean, a high-pitched noise coming from the motor indicates it is about to fail as a result of these problems. You can replace the motor after it fails, but the problem will eventually occur again. For those very mechanically inclined, when the motor first starts making the high-pitched noise, you can dismantle it and tighten all screws.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
There are two filters, both are accessed after you remove the container. One is at the top, simply unlatch and clean or replace.And one at the bottom, which is supposed to filter the incoming air for the motor. If you remove those filters and turn on the power and the sound remains, it's not likely the filters however. Fine dirt and even large particles can get inside the fan motor and create a problem, causing greater vibration and a high pitch noise like it wants to explode. The motor needs to be opened and cleaned thoroughly or replaced by a repairman. The cost may not be worth it.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Sounds like you have a clog. Make sure the filters are clean, replace if it has been more then a year, check the inlet down by the brush roll, your clog maybe there.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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